Re: [dev] A chance for a suckless web?

From: Teodoro Santoni <>
Date: Sun, 11 Oct 2015 17:03:17 +0200

2015-10-11 16:22 GMT+02:00, Christoph Lohmann <>:
> Greetings comrades,
> I found the AMP project [0], which seems to be a standard to have easy
> rendering of webpages on mobile devices. It only allows a subset of the
> HTML tags but forces at least one Javascript script file to be run. If
> the content could be displayed without the JS being mandatory to decrypt
> the content this would be a chance to have a more simple way of browsing
> the web.
> First you have an AMP browser (lynx, w3m, dillo etc. can easily handle
> this subset of features) and on full HTML surf is run.
> I haven’t yet mentioned the CO2 and NOX reduction that is saved by the
> reduced parsing, RAM and CPU effort.
> What do you comrades think?

Hi, what Martti said. Although it's a very lean subset, and I like
where the web would go using only those tags (I dream of doing
e-shopping using a OpenGL-enabled minitel, fuck web browsers).
Received on Sun Oct 11 2015 - 17:03:17 CEST

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